Following our launch, we’ve had lots of people enquiring about whether the information we’ve provided about fuel savings is accurate.
We totally understand that it’s not an obvious concept to get your head around – how can an engine be doing two jobs, and in the process be using less fuel?
Well, having spent 10 years developing the Integrel system, we can assure you that our findings are backed up and very real. But there’s perhaps no better way to demonstrate this than by simply taking you onboard our test boat and showing the system in action.
Below is a simple video that our Managing Director, Ken Wittamore, filmed whilst onboard his Hallberg Rassy 42 last week. It clearly demonstrates how, as the load on the engine increases, so does the efficiency.
If you would like to see the system in action, we’re delighted to announce that Ken’s Hallberg will be setting off across the Channel this weekend, in readiness for featuring at the METS show in Amsterdam in November.
The boat will be moored for the duration of the show at the City Marina and transport between METS and the marina will be laid on free-of-charge by Triskel.
If you’re planning to attend the show then do visit our stand at METS in Hall 7, Stand 033e, where you’ll have the chance to chat to our experienced engineers and book a visit to the boat, or alternatively contact us directly to reserve your slot today.